Synergistic New Tesla Line...Any comments?

I just bought Synergistic Research's new Tesla Accelerator speaker cables and Tesla Vortec interconnects from The Cable Company. I have tried many demo cables from The Cable Company over the past year. These were the first to give me that WOW factor I been looking for so long.

Does anyone have these cables and can you please post your impressions and comments? Thanks.
Sabai - your posts have a couple of things confused. As a long time S/R customer/user, I have taken advantage of their Passport Protection program to trade up to new technology on a couple of occasions. I find this to be a terrific program and one of the few that allows you to trade up for different (type of) products. For example, you can trade an older power cord towards a new set of interconnects, something that few manufacturers allow you to do.
The Telsa Challange is NOT the same thing - the Telsa Challange allows you to try S/R cables in your system and compare the performance of their cables to whatever else you have in your system.
Yes, Synergistic has lots of new models/products and I have always found the newer products to be improvements over the previous products. That does NOT mean that the cables you already have or own no longer sound great, just that something better has come along and that Synergistic has made that happen. I don't quite understand why that is cause for complaint? We tend to moan and complain when "new and improved" is used only as marketing-speak and now you ( and others) complain when substantial improvements in performance by new models occurs. Upgrade when you have the urge and/or the money and enjoy what you have invested in previously until then - this is supposed to be FUN.
Jwpstayman, I couldnt agree with you more. Enjoy what you have and pace your upgrading, allowing the budget to increase for future upgrade. People feel a need to upgrade as soon as something new comes out. Relax and enjoy....

Regards Bacardi
Jwpstayman - I agree with your points that the new products are improvements over the previous lines. I didn't mean to stir the pot, but only taking the philosophical stance that it's probably a better marketing strategy in the long run to keep your best customers happy and it appears that Glory had dropped some serious coin on SR products in the past.

For example, if I ran a casino, I would comp the high rollers executive suites and drinks to keep them coming back. The Passport Protection program offers little unless you got a old SR cable from the 90s but you're SOL if you got the last iteration of the Powercell 10. Yeah, most could be happy with the previous best product, but as a business owner, why would I want to turn away Mr. Compusive Upgrader who's willing to pay a REASONABLE amount to get the latest? It would be win/win to keep the client happy and lose/lose for him to finally walk away pissed because paying full price for the THIRD or FOURTH time in as many years is finally too much to keep up. As a business owner, I would never allow my best clients to be pissed off in a public forum after spending their hard earned cash on my products.
When I have tried SR cables I hear frequency alterations and colorations. Extra added smoothness and reduced tonal complexity for example. MIT cables sound more like the muicians are in my room:O) I get 100% trade in value when I move up the food chain!
You are correct. The Tesla Challenge is simply an offer to audition cables and compare them with what you have in your system. It is not a discount program.

I agree with you completely. Your statement hit the nail on the head:

"As a business owner, I would never allow my best clients to be pissed off in a public forum after spending their hard earned cash on my products."

My comments have been directed at the SR PowerCell. But they also apply to the Element series that came out a few months after the Tesla LE cables were introduced. If you up traded various versions of the SR PowerCell or if you up traded to the Tesla LE Apex recently, for example, you have been caught in a marketing trap. Feeling you have just been trumped would be a natural response. IMO.

If you are well-heeled you might be able to take this with equanimity. But it you are not it is hard to relax into this kind of fast-paced marketing and go with the flow and just enjoy. It is not that you cannot enjoy the music, it is that you have just shelled out a lot of your hard earned cash for what you thought was the best but that has too quickly become the next-to-the-best and that requires yet another up trade.